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#077 Fring

Frings are a species with the ability to change their size at will. Permanent aspects of their society like their homes and businesses are incredibly tiny and can only be seen or used while they're their smallest size, but they often size up when exploring their surroundings or adventuring together. They are able to survive off very little food and water by shrinking down when they eat.

Release Date March 14, 2022
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